July 6, 2011

Are Infinite Universes More Scientific Than God?

Matt Rossano, Huffington Post

AP Photo

Suppose you have some marbles rolling around randomly at the bottom of a box. Now take the box and tilt it so that the marbles roll to one corner. Jiggle a bit so that they come to rest in a reasonably stable pattern and, more than likely, some of the marbles will collect into a "snowflake" configuration such as this:

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TAGGED: God, Philosophy, Multiverse, Belief, Science And Religion


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